cable cervifire as soz1 k 300500v cpr

Flexible shielded cable for fixed fire safety installations, when a good fire performance is required and it is necessary to ensure the integrity of the circuit during the fire. Suitable for installation in premises according to RSCIEI 2267/2004 (Regulation of fire safety in industrial establishments)

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Cable Cervifire (AS+) SOZ1-K 300/500V CPR
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Flexible shielded cable for fixed fire safety installations, when a good fire performance is required and it is necessary to ensure the integrity of the circuit during the fire. Suitable for installation in premises according to RSCIEI 2267/2004 (Regulation of fire safety in industrial establishments)
Resistente fuego
Protegido electromagneticas
No propagador de la llama
No propagador incendio
Libre halogenos
Flexible
Baka corrosividad gases
Technical characteristics
1. Operating voltage
300/500V
2. Test Voltage
2000V
3. Min. bending radius
10xD
4. Operating Tª (conductor)
Fixed installation: -15°C a +90°C
During installation: 0°C Mínimo
Construction
1. Conductor
Flexible bare copper wires
Class V Acc. to UNE-EN 60228
2. Insulation
Silicone (Typo EI2)
Identification: See table attached
3. Assembly
Insulated conductors laid up in concentric layers
4. Outer sheath
Halogen free compound (Type TM7)
Colour: Red
5. Screen
Aluminium/Polyester tape + tinned copper drai wire
Coverage: 100%
Standards
1. CPR Classification (Euroclass)
Cca-s1b,d1,a1 (According to UNE-EN 50575)
Standards / Properties
1. Flame Retardant
UNE-EN 60332-1 (IEC 60332-1)
2. Fire Retardant
EN 50399
3. Halogen free
UNE-EN 60754-1 (IEC 60754-1)
4. Low corrosivity
UNE-EN 60754-2 (IEC 60754-2)
(pH >= 4,3 ; conductivity =< 10µS/mm)
5. Low smoke emission
UNE-EN 61034 (IEC 61034)
(Transmittance > 60%)
6. Ref. standard for drawing
UNE 211025
7. Fire resistant
· CR1-C1 (NF C-32070)
· 180 min a 750°C (IEC 60331-2)
· 90 min a 840°C with impacts (IEC 60331, EN 50200, EN 50362)
· 2 h a 400°C, Class F400 (EN 12101-3)